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7:20 AM ET, November 12, 2011

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Paul Hontz / The Startup Foundry:
Nasty Bug in iOS 5.0.1 OTA Update screws up Address Book on the iPhone 4S  —  I updated my iPhone 4S earlier today (using the OTA method), and I discovered a nasty bug.  My iPhone could no longer remember the names of any of my contacts!  I opened up the contacts app on my phone and discovered …
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John Paczkowski / AllThingsD:
Apple: We Continue to Investigate iPhone Battery Issues  —  Apple's iOS 5.0.1 update evidently addressed some, but not all of the battery issues troubling iPhone users.  In a statement issued moments ago, the company acknowledged there may still be a few problems that need troubleshooting.
Jared Newman / PC World:
Apple's iPhone 4S Battery Troubles Now Joined By New Problems  —  Apple says it's still investigating battery drain issues with the iPhone 4S after some users complained that the iOS 5.0.1 update didn't solve their problems.  But now Apple is facing new gripes that the iOS 5..1 update …
Thomas Houston / The Verge:
Google Music ‘These Go to Eleven’ event announced for November 16th  —  We just got word from that Google is holding an event on November 16th, and our sources tell us it's going to be for Google Music.  The email came from Spinal Tap's Nigel Tufnel, in case the event's ‘These Go to Eleven’ name wasn't obvious.
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Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Google Music's New Service Set to Launch, Without All the Music  —  Google, which tried to launch a music service earlier this year but couldn't get all of the big music labels on board, is ready to try it again.  But it still doesn't have all of the big music labels on board.
Mike Chambers:
Clarifications on Flash Player for Mobile Browsers, the Flash Platform, and the Future of Flash  —  I have worked with Flash and been part of the Flash community for about 12 or 13 years (over 10 of those with Macromedia and Adobe).  Over that time there have been a lot of ups and down …
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Apple says stop using first-generation iPod nano due to battery overheating, opens worldwide replacement program  —  Apple has opened up a replacement program for the first-generation iPod nano due to overheating issues.  These affected units were sold between September 2005 and December 2006 …
Florian Mueller / FOSS Patents:
Samsung could win German injunction(s) against Apple's 3G-capable products in late January — enforceability would be clarified later  —  Today I attended a trial in the Mannheim Regional Court relating to two Samsung lawsuits over 3G-related patents.  Formally the court had scheduled a double header …
Nicholas Carlson / Business Insider:
The iPhone 5 Was Real, Says A Source Who Played With A Prototype  —  Remember how disappointed everyone was back in October when Apple announced an iPhone 4S and not an iPhone 5?  —  Everyone had been led to believe by scores of reports that there would be a revolutionary new iPhone with a bigger screen and a new slimmer look.
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Fatdoor Founder Sues Benchmark Capital, Saying It Stole His Idea for Nextdoor  —  Fatdoor founder Raj Abhyanker on Thursday filed a complaint with against Benchmark Capital for interference, fraud and misappropriation of trade secrets after seeing the Benchmark-funded Nextdoor launch its local social network last month.
Mark Hachman / PC Magazine:
RIAA: Google Refused to Remove MP3 Download App  —  Google has refused requests to remove MP3 Music Download Pro, an extremely popular Android app which allows users to download copyrighted music onto their phones, according to the RIAA.  —  The app, which PCMag.com highlighted Thursday …
Discussion: Business Insider and Electronista
John Cook / GeekWire:
Kindle Fire Newsstand to feature GQ, Wired and dozens of other magazine titles  —  Amazon.com continues to build buzz for next Monday's launch of the Kindle Fire, its first touchscreen tablet computer.  And today the company announced a new offering for the $199 device which is likely to please readers.
Alex Pham / Company Town:
Universal, Sony win dual bids to buy EMI Group  —  Universal Music Group and Sony Corp. have reached agreements with Citigroup Inc. to buy EMI Group's music business for a combined $4.1 billion, an 8% premium over Citigroup's initial minimum asking price.  —  The dual transaction …
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